So I’m curled up in my bed with my youngest daughter who was sent home from school with the stomach flu after without knowing she was really going to be sick, I had a strange feeling about sending her to school this morning . I couldn’t find a real valid reason to keep her home at that time, but sure enough a few hours later she was indeed back home. So now we’re just laying here, watching Peppa Pig, she’s trying to keep some 7up down, I’m sipping on some sweet blessed Moscato. Which leads me to the story about the witches runes I’ve been making from my collection of wine corks.
Normally Runes are made from wood or stone but a few years ago I started making my own sets from wine corks. They do roll a bit more when you toss them then wood or stone, but on carpet or a tray with sides I feel that you can get a easy accurate reading for sure!
I’ve never been one to just toss my wine corks, I’ve always made Wine Cork Yule wreaths for my Coven friends etc, written blessings on them etc. But the Wine Cork Witches Runes really has become my favorite repurposed project for wine corks.
But for those newer to witchcraft, my point is never be afraid to stretch boundaries, explore new ground, be inventive! Moms do this all the time, it comes naturally, and sometimes something works, sometimes it doesn’t lol
And that is OK!
I used the rune corks to ask if selling them online would be a huge success, unfortunately it doesn’t look like I’ve found the next pet rock or chia head, no , but that’s OK, if I sell a few and make a few friends happy with a cool Yule gift….. It was still fun to do, if someone reading this is inspired to branch out in their craft with their own creativity, then that is what it’s all about.
Meanwhile I’m resting next to my baby girl watching cartoons. Because yes that is part of my life as a witch too.
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